Gift Guide: For Her

With Christmas around the corner, I thought I’d jump on the blogging bandwagon and share with you some gift guides of my favourite products that would make great gifts for others. This will be my first of four I have planned, and today’s is all about the presents for her; whether that be your mam, best friend, sister – it’s sort of a little bit of everything really!
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Aspinal of London Small Essential Flat Pouch* – Now you really can’t go wrong with leather accessories, and this small pouch from Aspinal of London feels super luxe and comes all beautifully presented in a box – so, if like me, you’re a bit rubbish when it comes to gift wrapping then it’s a great option!

Chickidee Magazine Holder* – For as long as I can remember, me and my family have been big fans of reading magazines and subscribing to our favourites. Maybe I’m slightly biased as I’m studying fashion journalism at University, but if I’m struggling to come up with gift ideas, one of my favourite go-tos is a magazine yearly subscription. Paired with this wonderful gold wire magazine holder (which is a must for a Pinterest-worthy desk space), it makes a lovely gift for someone.

Kate Spade Spiral Notepad* – When it comes to go-to brands, Kate Spade really is one of the best options in my opinion. From clothing and accessories, to jewellery and homeware, they really do sell it all, with plenty of classic prints that are appropriate for those of all ages. Of course, I couldn’t not feature any stationery (because we all love fancy stationery that is almost too pretty to use right?) and this floral A4 spiral notebook would make such a nice gift.

Kate Spade Salad Plate* – And if stationery really isn’t for them, then Kate Spade also have a range of tableware which are perfect for those who love to host dinner parties. You can never go wrong with a monochrome print, and this spotted plate is a beauty. Plus it makes a great decorative piece – you could even use it as a tray to showcase your perfume collection or something!

GANT Star Print Scarf* – One thing that always makes a wonderful gift (and one of my personal faves) is a scarf. I can’t get enough of star prints this season (seriously, I think my wishlist comprises of everything involving a star print!) so this GANT scarf caught my eye in an instant – I mean, it is reversible, can you get any better than that? I think not. And not only does it feel really luxury (without the extra-unaffordable price tag to match), but it’s something that’s sure to last a number of years.

Fujifilm Instax Mini Camera – If your loved one is a fan of photography, then I really don’t think you can go wrong with this little camera. Yes it’s slightly pricey (so this is more something I’d buy for a mam/sister) but it’s well worth the cost – I’ve actually owned one myself for a year or so now and I always bring it out during special occasions, it’s such a lovely novelty to take a spur of the moment photograph (without having to faff around with settings/angles/etc) and have it printed in the palm of your hand in a number of minutes!
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Have any of these things caught your eye? I’d love to hear what you’re planning on buying your loved ones this Christmas – and keep a watch out for my other upcoming gift guides!

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2 Comments

  1. 9th December 2016 / 8:05 pm

    You can’t go wrong with an instax, it’s been on my wishlist for ages now and is so good for digging out during special occasions 🙂 xx

    Yasmina | The July Journal

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